Personal Care Product Brands (3)

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Personal Care Product Brands, Part 3

The following prospective companies have met the requested criteria and further data is located on this spreadsheet: Personal Care Product Companies.

Pai

  • At $14 million, Pai meets the criteria of $10 million to $700 million in revenue for the year. They are not under the umbrella of a MNC, nor are they a luxury brand.
  • This company carries hand cream, cleanser, bio regenerate oil, body cream, and body wash that are all within 9oz to 40oz per product.
  • They do ship globally from their website and have brick and mortar locations.

Paula's Choice

  • At $58 million, Paula's Choice meets the criteria of $10 million to $700 million in revenue for the year. They are not under the umbrella of a MNC, nor are they a luxury brand.
  • This company carries exfoliants, creams, cleansers, serums, and sunscreen that are all within 9oz to 40oz per product.
  • They do ship globally from their website.

Science Of Skincare

  • At $54 million, Science of Skincare meets the criteria of $10 million to $700 million in revenue for the year. They are not under the umbrella of a MNC, nor are they a luxury brand.
  • This company carries serums, creams, sunscreen, masks, balm, and cleanser that are all within 9oz to 40oz per product.
  • They are only sell from the brick and mortar storefront.

Tropic Skincare Limited

  • At $30 million, Tropic meets the criteria of $10 million to $700 million in revenue for the year. They are not under the umbrella of a MNC, nor are they a luxury brand.
  • This company carries cleanser, toner, moisturizer, serums, oils, and exfoliants that are all within 9oz to 40oz per product.
  • They do ship globally from their website.

Bays Brown Laboratories's ReVive

  • At $17 million, ReVive meets the criteria of $10 million to $700 million in revenue for the year. They are not under the umbrella of a MNC, nor are they a luxury brand.
  • This company carries cleanser, toner, moisturizer, serums, oils, and exfoliants that are all within 9oz to 40oz per product.
  • They do ship globally from their website and have brick and mortar locations.

ROC Skincare

  • At $120 million, ROC Skincare meets the criteria of $10 million to $700 million in revenue for the year. They are not under the umbrella of a MNC, nor are they a luxury brand.
  • This company carries eye creams, serums, moisturizers, and cleansers that are all within 9oz to 40oz per product.
  • They do ship globally from their website and have brick and mortar locations.

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Personal Care Product Brands, Part 4

Personal Care Product Brand Spreedsheet

In rows 16-21 of the attached spread sheet, we added six personal care products brands: (16) John Mitchell Systems, (17) Moroccanoil, (18) Joico Laboratories, (19) Mario Badescu Skin Care, (20) Ahava Dead Sea Laboratories, and (21) Premier Dead Sea Cosmetics. These six brands all fall into the following categories:
  • Bring in between $10-$70 million in annual revenue
  • Sell a majority of products between 9oz-40oz
  • Are NOT brands beneath a multinational corporation
  • Sell products with appropriate consistency and thickness for AeroFlexx
  • Are not extremely high-end or luxury brands
Further information about these six brands are summarized in this spread sheet.

Methodology:

  • John Paul Mitchell Systems sells Paul Mitchell, Tea Tree, and Neon, shampoos, conditioners, hair treatments, and hair sprays. Their main products, shampoos and conditioners, are packaged between 10-33 ounces.
  • Moroccanoil is a leading independent shampoo and conditioner brand, bringing in over $130 million in annual revenue. They sell their main product, shampoos and conditioners, by liters and half liters (or roughly 16-32 ounces).
  • Joico Laboratories manufactures hair care lines like HydraSplash, K-PAK, Color Endure, Blonde Life, and Daily Care. They offer affordable prices on their hair care products, most of which range between 9-10 ounces in size.
  • Mario Badescu is a leading independent skin care brand, with an estimated annual revenue between $10-50 million. Unlike most skin care lines that sell products less than 6oz at a time, Mario Badescu sells a wide range of body and hair products in quantities of 8oz and up.
  • Ahava and Premier Dead Sea Products are two of the leaders in the Dead Sea mud business, selling scrubs, masks, lotions, and other skincare products. Both of these companies bring in well over $10 million a year in revenue. While they do sell some items in small quantities, top-selling products, like dead sea mud and body lotion, are sold in quantities larger than 6oz.
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